(in Britain) the right of a tenant to continue to occupy a dwelling or site unless the landlord obtains a court order for possession of the property or termination of the tenancy agreement
noun 1. a police force responsible for maintaining order at a specific locale or under specific circumstances, as at an airport or factory. 2. a police force concerned with detecting and preventing enemy espionage. 3. secret police.
noun 1. a person considered by authorities as likely to commit acts that might threaten the security of a country. security risk noun 1. a person deemed to be a threat to state security in that he could be open to pressure, have subversive political beliefs, etc noun a person or situation that poses a […]
noun 1. a colored thread running through the paper of a piece of paper money, used to deter counterfeiting.
- Security through obscurity
security Or “security by obscurity”. A term applied by hackers to most operating system vendors’ favourite way of coping with security holes – namely, ignoring them, documenting neither any known holes nor the underlying security algorithms, trusting that nobody will find out about them and that people who do find out about them won’t exploit […]